This is the headquarters for "A User's Guide to the Universe," published in March 2010, and "The Universe in the Rearview Mirror" published in Summer, 2013. We've got fun cartoons, snarky commentary on cosmology and physics, and tutorials on everything from black holes to the Higgs Boson.
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It’s going to be 2 in a row with regards to the kid-science connection, and for that I am totally not sorry. My daughters are now 6 and 3, and both of them are really into math. There are … Continue reading
As you may know, I’m a theorist, which means that my lab generally consists of some grad students and me sitting at computers or a white board. But as I’ve got kids to think about (my oldest, Willa, is now … Continue reading
She wants to be just like me! This morning, over breakfast, I asked my 4 1/2 year old daughter if she wanted to see something cool. I showed her a news story about Maryam Mirzakhani, the Stanford Mathematician who is … Continue reading
Hi, everybody! I know you don’t really tune in here for personal updates, but that’s too bad because you’re going to get one. My wife just had a baby! Let’s all welcome Lily Jane Goldberg! She was born on Monday … Continue reading